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Old 31st May 2010, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Rear hornloaded enclosure.

Was just wondering how would this design work for an 18" selenium 600rms woofer...Drawing is in proportion.
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Old 1st June 2010, 06:31 AM   #2
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djk, a picture is better than a thousand words; but what are you trying to say through your post? Do you plan on revealing any details?
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It looks like you're trying to reinvent the wheel.

Photo , plan, and cut list are of the HOG scoop by Staiper at Speakerplans.com

A build thread:

Hog build pics - Speakerplans.com Forums - Page 1
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I've seen the hogscoop,I just thought it was a bit too big,mine is'nt that smaller anyways.I really wanted to know if it would sound as good as the hog using the same width as the hog.I dont know how to work this out before I try to build it.
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Yours looks quite a bit shorter, so it won't goo as deep.

"I dont know how to work this out before I try to build it. "

Learn to use Hornresp, it's the best, and it's free.

A smaller project would be the Cyclops:

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